Oppo debuted its Enco lineup of wireless earbuds in Nepal with Enco Free. Then, it launched the budget Enco W11. And now, the company is following it with Enco W31. The Oppo Enco W31 features advanced specs and a heftier price than the Enco W11. Check out the complete specs, features, price, and availability of Oppo Enco W31 in Nepal.
Oppo Enco W31 Overview
The Oppo Enco W31 earbuds come with a pebble-shaped charging case, which is different from what we saw in both Enco W11 and Enco Free. Interestingly, the LED indicator is now on inside the case so you will have to open the lid to check the battery status. The case along with the earbuds inside weighs around 50 grams. The earbuds feature a stem design with the heads of the earbuds bulky than the stem. Oppo claims that the design with the silicone tips will ensure a better fit. The Oppo Enco W31 is available in two color options – Black and White.
Here, the Oppo Enco W31 comes with Bluetooth v5.0. It can connect to devices that are within its 10m radius. With the Binaural Bluetooth Transmission, data can be transmitted to both the earbuds simultaneously. As a result, the transmission is smoother than other budget earbuds with Master-Slave transmission. You can even choose to use only one earbud at a time. Enco W31 also supports low-latency transmission in phones powered by Snapdragon and MediaTek processors.
Oppo Enco W31 features 7mm dynamic drivers with a sensitivity of 95 dB at 1kHz. The earbuds cover the audible frequency range of 20Hz – 20kHz. Oppo has included dual TPU composite graphene diaphragm. With the Enco W31, you can enjoy your favorite music in two modes – Balance Mode and Bass Mode. The former provides a more balanced sound whereas the latter boosts lower frequencies for a better bass experience.
Wearing Detection and Controls
Oppo is advertising the quick pairing feature on the Enco W31. However, it is not compatible with all smartphones. The feature is available in Oppo smartphones running on at least ColorOS v7.0, excluding A-series, F-series, and some Reno devices. The device has an optical sensor that can automatically play or pause the music depending on whether you are wearing it or not.
Users can use the touch-based control to change music, switch between modes, and to summon voice assistant. A double-tap on the right bud plays the next song in the queue. Similarly, a double-tap on the left bud will switch between Balanced and Bass modes. A triple tap on either side will activate your phone’s default voice assistant.
Battery and Durability
Each earbud feature 25mah battery that can last up to 3.5 hours given that you are listening at 50% volume. It can be boosted to up to 15 hours with the charging case, which has a 350mAh battery. Both the battery size and endurance are inferior to the Enco W11. It takes 150 minutes to charge the earbuds, which is more than what it takes to charge the Enco W11 that has a larger battery.
This TWS has an IP54 certification against dust and minor splashes. Thus, you can take it to for workouts.
Oppo Enco W31 Specifications:
- Driver: 7mm, dynamic
- Connectivity: Wireless (Bluetooth)
- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Music Time: 3.5hours ( with 50% volume), 15hr (with charging case)
- Audio Codec: AAC
- Battery capacity: 25mAh (Each Earbud); 350mAh (Power case)
- Charging time: 150min(Earbuds)
- Bluetooth Version: v5.0
- Sweat Resistance: Yes, IP54 Rating
- Noise Cancelling: Yes, Dual-microphone
- Power Case Charger: Type-C
- Color: White, Black
Oppo Enco W31 Price in Nepal and Availability
Oppo has launched the Enco W31 exclusively via Daraz in Nepal with a price tag of Rs. 6,990.
|TWS model||Price in Nepal||Availability|
|Oppo Enco W31||Rs. 6,990||Exclusively at Daraz|
It isn’t necessarily a better TWS than W11 as it has smaller drivers, longer charging time despite having a smaller battery, and is more prone to water damage. However, it comes with automatic wear detection, low-latency mode, and a dedicated bass mode. Thus, be sure of what we want before buying any of the two.
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